SOCIAL WORK CONFERENCES 2014
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Social Work Events - SocialWorker
Introduction to Social Work, is scheduled to begin on Thursday, August 29th from 8-9:50 pm at The New School. This 15 session course, ideal for entry level case workers, volunteers working in social service organizations, as well as students int..
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Five Great Social Work Conferences in 2015 - Social Work
Whether you're a college student or a professional in social work, it's recommended that you stay up-to-date on the latest developments in the field by attending one or more of the following social work conferences that shouldn't be missed in 2015.
2014 NASW National Conference - social workers
More than 1,800 people attended the National Association of Social Workers 2014 National Conference. They came from all 50 states and 14 nations. The conference featured a stellar cast of speakers, including social workers and Congressional members Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland and Rep. Barbara Lee of California, and renowned social work researcher, speaker and best-selling author
Events - AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers
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NASW Conferences. NASW conferences at both the National and State level offer unique opportunities for professional development, networking, and earning continuing education credit. The conferences bring together social workers and related professionals where leading-edge content is offered in both on-site and virtual formats.